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At least new cases seem to be going in right direction

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Report DenzilPenberthy June 3, 2022 11:21 AM BST
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Report thegiggilo June 3, 2022 11:47 PM BST
https://twitter.com/coldwarsteve/status/1532758369928454144/photo/1
Report Timber June 4, 2022 6:00 PM BST
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 6, 2022 6:01 PM BST
United Kingdom COVID update: Over 33,100 new cases for a 5-day period

- New cases: 33,111
- Average: 6,354 (+937)
- In hospital: 5,192 (+319)
- In ICU: 136 (-)
- New deaths: 117
- Average: 45 (-17)
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 6, 2022 6:13 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 165 deaths were reported today, with 87 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 212,615 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 98.00
Report nineteen points June 6, 2022 7:12 PM BST
vaccine leaving a trail of devastation and still some have their head in the sand about this hoax flu.
Report shiny new shoes please June 7, 2022 1:11 PM BST
Long Covid Healing Programme, £2,500 a day, with a minimum seven-dayLaugh
Free zorb
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 7, 2022 5:14 PM BST
United Kingdom COVID update: Nearly 10,180 new cases reported

- New cases: 10,179
- Average: 6,942 (+588)
- In hospital: 5,151 (-41)
- In ICU: 130 (-6)
- New deaths: 132
- Average: 48 (+3)



Alsorts of catchup going on...

Hospitalizations continue to drop, which is good.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 7, 2022 5:52 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 326 deaths were reported today, with 194 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 212,941 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 106.57.
Report Stickywickets June 7, 2022 5:55 PM BST
Freaky stuff from an old x-files episode Surprised

https://twitter.com/unhealthytruth/status/1534042765574688768?s=20&t=rlKHBDS...
Report shiny new shoes please June 7, 2022 10:31 PM BST
Grin
crescendo
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 8, 2022 5:58 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 244 deaths were reported today, with 159 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,185 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 110.57.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 8, 2022 5:59 PM BST
United Kingdom COVID update: Nearly 13,900 new cases reported

- New cases: 13,884
- Average: 8,168 (+1,226)
- In hospital: 5,165 (+14)
- In ICU: 133 (+3)
- New deaths: 85
- Average: 48 (-)
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 8, 2022 6:18 PM BST
Estimated cases via the ZOE COVID-19 Symptom Study App - Infections continue to rise for the sixth day in a row, up to around 131,500 per day, from around 114,000 a week before.
Report i_agree_with_nick June 8, 2022 6:47 PM BST
Presumably due to waning immunity?

Looks like the indicators will stay pretty flat for the next three months before they rise again in the autumn.
Report thegiggilo June 8, 2022 7:01 PM BST
Lots of old people mixing for jubilee,festivals galore what could possibly go wring and very little mask wearing,inevitable rises and more deaths..a lot more..
Report layingisthewayforward June 8, 2022 7:26 PM BST
Who would have thought it, people enjoying life. I take it you think everyone should still be locked down? And how long for? Another year, 2, 5 10? Crazy
Report i_agree_with_nick June 8, 2022 8:00 PM BST
No, the death rate must be pretty low currently.

If we take the 60-day figure of 110, that's an IFR of 0.1% without adjusting for incidental infections ("with covid").
Report thegiggilo June 8, 2022 8:45 PM BST
2,000,000 with long covid and over 300,000 that have life changing symptoms and plenty more to come,going to cost government billions just because of no simple things like mask restrictions...and air ventlation.
Report thegiggilo June 8, 2022 8:45 PM BST
2,000,000 with long covid and over 300,000 that have life changing symptoms and plenty more to come,going to cost government billions just because of no simple things like mask restrictions...and air ventlation.
Report lfc1971 June 8, 2022 9:08 PM BST
2 Million confirmed Covid deaths in European region  - world health organisation 12th May
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 9, 2022 6:01 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 155 deaths were reported today, with 73 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,340 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 127.14.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 9, 2022 7:25 PM BST
United Kingdom COVID update: Over 10,000 new cases reported

- New cases: 10,079
- Average: 9,608 (+1,440)
- In hospital: 5,142 (+23)
- In ICU: 144 (+11)
- New deaths: 82
- Average: 59 (+11)
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 10, 2022 5:04 PM BST
United Kingdom COVID update: Over 9,200 new cases reported

- New cases: 9,206
- Average: 10,923 (+1,315)
- In hospital: 5,382 (+240)
- In ICU: 135 (+5)
- New deaths: 52
- Average: 67 (+8)





Covid testing to go to usa being dropped... Hurray!!!
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 10, 2022 5:34 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 151 deaths were reported today, with 99 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,491 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 148.71.
Report shiny new shoes please June 10, 2022 8:43 PM BST
Laughit went fine , time to move on Sad
https://youtube.com/watch?v=nj38vCKNbqs
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 11, 2022 6:00 PM BST
From the latest ONS Infection Survey, the estimated number of people in each nation who currently have Covid-19 is:

Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 11, 2022 6:01 PM BST
From the latest ONS Infection Survey, the estimated number of people in each nation who currently have Covid-19 is:

England: 1 in 70
Scotland: 1 in 40
Wales: 1 in 75
Northern Ireland: 1 in 65




Forgot to remove twitter emoticons above, lol.
Report thegiggilo June 11, 2022 7:19 PM BST
Am sure i posted on here last night about the new incoming wave,thousands more deaths coming in it's rife two of my partners work mates have it,the group i'm in that is caompaigining to stop the deprtations one of them is a nurse,tested positve today after working on respitarory ward all weekk..
I had an appointmet sent to me in September from the hospital,afyer suffering for 6 months from Urology department,on the alendar it was tomorrow at 11.30,this is insane we have just checked it its june 2023ShockedShockedwtf is going on 22 months to get an appintment,i've been in agony for 12 months,now another 12 these cun ts have destroyed the cuntry..
Report thegiggilo June 12, 2022 3:54 AM BST
Teachers and unions now talking of 12 months full paid leave,as rightly should be the case and applied to everyone,as i said previously there's going to be 100s of thousands like this all preventable as well..The summer of discontent has started,about time great to see the people of Peckham seeing to police and sending them off,i predict lots more of this to come..Beautful.CoolCoolLove
Report frog1000 June 12, 2022 9:51 AM BST

Jun 12, 2022 -- 3:54AM, thegiggilo wrote:


Teachers and unions now talking of 12 months full paid leave,as rightly should be the case and applied to everyone,as i said previously there's going to be 100s of thousands like this all preventable as well..The summer of discontent has started,about time great to see the people of Peckham seeing to police and sending them off,i predict lots more of this to come..Beautful.


So you are complaining about the NHS being slow yet you want more Covid measures to slow things down and public sector workers to skive off for a year at time.

Big disconnect in your thinking.

Report shiny new shoes please June 12, 2022 12:58 PM BST
New York City, Mayor Eric Adams is ending a face-mask mandate for 2 to 4-year-olds starting Monday
ExcitedLaughLaughLaugh
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 13, 2022 6:54 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 138 deaths were reported today, with 81 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,629 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 144.86.


COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 57 deaths recorded today, 47 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 40.43, with deaths continuing to fall.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 13, 2022 6:57 PM BST
Estimated cases via the ZOE COVID-19 Symptom Study App - Infections continue to rise again, with infections around 145,500 per day.


United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 13 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - Average admissions in England rise to almost 600 per day, whilst UK figures are delayed by eight days due to no update from Scotland.
Report thegiggilo June 13, 2022 9:28 PM BST
How utterly predictable,wonder when we hit 1/4 million deaths..
Report shiny new shoes please June 14, 2022 1:45 PM BST
Grin
Billy g. TED talk 2010
if we do a great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive services,
we lower world population by 10 -15 %
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 14, 2022 4:54 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 182 deaths were reported today, with 93 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,811 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 124.29.




COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 89 deaths recorded today, 79 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 41.71, with deaths continuing to fall.
Report thegiggilo June 15, 2022 1:33 AM BST
People who caught Covid during the first wave of the pandemic get no boost to their immune response if they subsequently catch Omicron, a study of triple vaccinated people reports.

Experts say that while three doses of a Covid jab help to protect individuals against severe outcomes should they catch Omicron, previous infections can affect their immune response.

“If you were infected during the first wave, then you can’t boost your immune response if you have an Omicron infection,” said Prof Rosemary Boyton, of Imperial College London, a co-author of the study.

The team also found an Omicron infection offered little extra protection against catching the variant again. “When Omicron started flying around the country, people kept saying that’s OK, that will improve people’s immunity,” said Boyton. “What we’re saying is it’s not a good booster of immunity.”

The team said the findings may help to explain why reinfections with Omicron over a short time period have been so frequent, adding the findings were also important for vaccine development.

Writing in the journal Science, the researchers reported how they followed the vaccination and infection experiences of 731 triple vaccinated healthcare workers in the UK from March 2020 to January 2022. The team then used blood samples collected from participants in the weeks after their third dose of vaccine to explore their antibody and T-cell responses towards the Omicron variant, BA.1.

The participants varied considerably in terms of their Covid history, including whether they had had a previous Covid infection and, if so, the variant involved.

The results suggested that, regardless of the participants’ previous infection history, a few weeks after their third Covid jab their levels of T-cells against Omicron proteins were poor, while levels of antibodies against Omicron proteins were lower than against other variants.

But previous infections also mattered. Among other findings the team reported infection with Omicron increased protection against future infection with other variants. However, it only offered a limited boost to protection against another Omicron infection – a response that was actually weakened among those who had also previously had the original strain of the virus.

The team said the results held for both antibody and T-cell responses, and suggested those who caught Covid in the first wave of the pandemic did not gain a boost to their immune response should they subsequently catch Omicron.

The researchers said the finding was a surprise as it was typically assumed that a prior infection, even of a different variant, would act to boost an individual’s immune response.

Prof Danny Altmann, another author of the study, said that while it had previously been thought Covid variants such as Omicron had developed mutations in their spike protein that helped them to evade immune responses, the situation was more complex.

“It’s actually worse than that, because the adaptations that the spike [protein] has now are actually inducing a kind of regulation or shutdown of immune response,” he said, adding that while the study looked at responses to the BA.1, similar findings were likely for other subvariants of Omicron.

The team added that with people in the UK having had very different histories of Covid infections and vaccinations, the study was important as it suggested this “immune imprinting” would shape subsequent immunity against the next variant.

Altmann said that while the continued low levels of hospitalisation and deaths from Covid in the UK, despite high levels of infection, suggested Covid jabs continued to offer protection against death and severe disease, the findings could be important for the development of new vaccines.

But he added the findings raised other concerns. “We’re not getting herd immunity, we’re not building up protective immunity to Omicron,” he said. “So we face not coming out the other end of infections and re-infections and breakthrough infections.”


Lol keep getting infected,what could possibly go wrong,no mitigations no masks fcuk all thousands more to die..
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 15, 2022 5:57 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 115 deaths were reported today, with 67 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 213,926 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 105.86.



COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 48 deaths recorded today, 44 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 40.57, with deaths continuing to fall.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 15, 2022 6:06 PM BST
United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 15 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - Admissions are up by almost 43% as of the 9th of June, with England admissions over 700 in a single day.
Report frog1000 June 15, 2022 6:09 PM BST

Jun 15, 2022 -- 1:33AM, thegiggilo wrote:


People who caught Covid during the first wave of the pandemic get no boost to their immune response if they subsequently catch Omicron, a study of triple vaccinated people reports.Experts say that while three doses of a Covid jab help to protect individuals against severe outcomes should they catch Omicron, previous infections can affect their immune response.“If you were infected during the first wave, then you can’t boost your immune response if you have an Omicron infection,” said Prof Rosemary Boyton, of Imperial College London, a co-author of the study.The team also found an Omicron infection offered little extra protection against catching the variant again. “When Omicron started flying around the country, people kept saying that’s OK, that will improve people’s immunity,” said Boyton. “What we’re saying is it’s not a good booster of immunity.”The team said the findings may help to explain why reinfections with Omicron over a short time period have been so frequent, adding the findings were also important for vaccine development.Writing in the journal Science, the researchers reported how they followed the vaccination and infection experiences of 731 triple vaccinated healthcare workers in the UK from March 2020 to January 2022. The team then used blood samples collected from participants in the weeks after their third dose of vaccine to explore their antibody and T-cell responses towards the Omicron variant, BA.1.The participants varied considerably in terms of their Covid history, including whether they had had a previous Covid infection and, if so, the variant involved.The results suggested that, regardless of the participants’ previous infection history, a few weeks after their third Covid jab their levels of T-cells against Omicron proteins were poor, while levels of antibodies against Omicron proteins were lower than against other variants.But previous infections also mattered. Among other findings the team reported infection with Omicron increased protection against future infection with other variants. However, it only offered a limited boost to protection against another Omicron infection – a response that was actually weakened among those who had also previously had the original strain of the virus.The team said the results held for both antibody and T-cell responses, and suggested those who caught Covid in the first wave of the pandemic did not gain a boost to their immune response should they subsequently catch Omicron.The researchers said the finding was a surprise as it was typically assumed that a prior infection, even of a different variant, would act to boost an individual’s immune response.Prof Danny Altmann, another author of the study, said that while it had previously been thought Covid variants such as Omicron had developed mutations in their spike protein that helped them to evade immune responses, the situation was more complex.“It’s actually worse than that, because the adaptations that the spike [protein] has now are actually inducing a kind of regulation or shutdown of immune response,” he said, adding that while the study looked at responses to the BA.1, similar findings were likely for other subvariants of Omicron.The team added that with people in the UK having had very different histories of Covid infections and vaccinations, the study was important as it suggested this “immune imprinting” would shape subsequent immunity against the next variant.Altmann said that while the continued low levels of hospitalisation and deaths from Covid in the UK, despite high levels of infection, suggested Covid jabs continued to offer protection against death and severe disease, the findings could be important for the development of new vaccines.But he added the findings raised other concerns. “We’re not getting herd immunity, we’re not building up protective immunity to Omicron,” he said. “So we face not coming out the other end of infections and re-infections and breakthrough infections.”Lol keep getting infected,what could possibly go wrong,no mitigations no masks fcuk all thousands more to die..


Why are you surprised that jabs and having a coronavirus does not stop reinfection?

This was the view by some experts from the start.

Most people get colds (a coronavirus) every year.

Report lapsy pa June 15, 2022 6:14 PM BST
Really Frog? There was a lot of lads saying 'herd immunity' works after getting to 75% ish

Lot of deaths still and no surprise it is taking off,advice in Germany is to wear masks indoors but doubt that will happen in UK.
Report frog1000 June 15, 2022 6:25 PM BST

Jun 15, 2022 -- 6:14PM, lapsy pa wrote:


Really Frog? There was a lot of lads saying 'herd immunity' works after getting to 75% ishLot of deaths still and no surprise it is taking off,advice in Germany is to wear masks indoors but doubt that will happen in UK.


The situation in Manaus over a year ago ended the hope of herd immunity.

But right back at the start before all the craziness took over several 'experts' said a long term vaccine for a coronavirus had never been developed before. They also pointed out the relative ineffectiveness of flu vaccines.

Report shiny new shoes please June 15, 2022 7:15 PM BST
Dr.Tony gone , tossez
Milked it $$
slán

if the "experts" stop manipulating nature with your tax , we would all be healthier
Report frog1000 June 15, 2022 11:19 PM BST
Fauci got Covid.

He told us that 'when people are vaccinated, they can feel safe that they are not going to get infected'
Report shiny new shoes please June 16, 2022 2:02 PM BST
/\ good propaganda campaign for
European Medicines Agency on Wednesday launched review of a variant-adapted COVID-19 vaccine ExcitedLaugh
Priceless
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 16, 2022 5:22 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 121 deaths were reported today, with 60 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,047 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 101.00.


COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 61 deaths recorded today, 53 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 43.14, with deaths continuing to trend downwards
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 16, 2022 5:23 PM BST
Estimated cases via the ZOE COVID-19 Symptom Study App - Infections continue to spike up, with infections now around 168,000 per day.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 16, 2022 5:24 PM BST
United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 16 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions rise above 700 for the second day in a row, with UK admissions rising above 800 in a single day.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 17, 2022 4:35 PM BST
From the latest ONS Infection Survey, the estimated number of people in each nation who currently have Covid-19 is:

England: 1 in 50
Scotland: 1 in 30
Wales: 1 in 45
Northern Ireland: 1 in 45
Report peckerdunne June 17, 2022 5:23 PM BST
I said from day 1, there will be no herd immunity, it doesn't exist.

Not sure Insider trader frog was in agreement.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 17, 2022 5:32 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 121 deaths were reported today, with 56 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,168 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 96.71.



United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 17 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions rise to just under 850 in a single day, with UK admissions rising almost above 900
Report shiny new shoes please June 19, 2022 2:06 PM BST
Sleepy joe
Tick Grin
vaccines for children aged 6 months and older approved.. Double or triple shots Crazy

We want the womb Joey & more weapons

Florida will not be using any state resources getting kids vaccinated, risks outweigh the benefits.
Kids have  “practically zero risk” of getting seriously ill from COVID

The Offspring - The Kids Aren't Alright
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 20, 2022 5:50 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 116 deaths were reported today, with 52 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,284 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 93.57.

COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 64 deaths recorded today, 61 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 37.57, with deaths continuing to trend downwards.

United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 20 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions average just under 780 a day, as admissions continue to rise.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 20, 2022 5:56 PM BST
Data today covers the weekend period, with cases and admissions still up from last week.

Also FYI: The UKHSA have provisionally announced it will be moving to weekly reporting after the 1st of July, with updates every Wednesday at 4PM - decision not 100% final, data dependent.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 21, 2022 5:01 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 175 deaths were reported today, with 70 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,459 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 92.57.

COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 105 deaths recorded today, 99 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 38.29, with deaths continuing to trend downwards.


United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 21 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions rise over 900 for the first time since April 28th, with the average rising above 800 admissions a day.
Report thegiggilo June 21, 2022 7:03 PM BST
Here we go again..
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 21, 2022 7:08 PM BST
Mrs got a text that she was a covid contact.

Is that still a thing, or are the scammers at it?

No need to isolate, but I've just avoided dad for
2 weeks having been at charity meeting where 2
have gone down with covid after somebody thought
he had a bit of hay-fever...
Report nineteen points June 21, 2022 7:31 PM BST
they are scams.ignore
Report thegiggilo June 21, 2022 8:25 PM BST
My partners mum and dad got it on hooliday,they had to isolate on a cruise,it''s fcking everywhere again..second onfections as well,what could possiby go wrong..
Report thegiggilo June 21, 2022 8:25 PM BST
My partners mum and dad got it on hooliday,they had to isolate on a cruise,it''s fcking everywhere again..second onfections as well,what could possiby go wrong..
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 22, 2022 5:58 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 145 deaths were reported today, with 68 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,604 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 96.86.


United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 22 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions break over 1,000 on June 20th, with UK admissions rising above 900 for three days in a row, with UK data up to June 16th.


COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 77 deaths recorded today, 73 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 40.71, with deaths starting to plateau.
Report clouded leopard June 22, 2022 7:32 PM BST
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My partners mum and dad got it on hooliday,they had to isolate on a cruise,it''s fcking everywhere again..second onfections as well,what could possiby go wrong..


pretty much everything in your little world soyboy
Report layingisthewayforward June 22, 2022 7:35 PM BST
I couldn't care less if i catch it again, was milder than a hangover last time ffs.
Report thegiggilo June 22, 2022 9:48 PM BST
What a surprise a 1000 aday,as predicted just keep letting people get infected over and over again,we are going to have millions with long term health problems from covid,just through pure negligence and selfishness..
Report nineteen points June 22, 2022 10:01 PM BST
i cant believe folk still take the test,it just doesnt make sense
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 23, 2022 7:43 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 124 deaths were reported today, with 48 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,728 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 97.29.



COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 76 deaths recorded today, 71 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 41.29, with deaths starting to plateau.



United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 23 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions break over 1,100 on June 21st, with UK admissions likely rising above 1,300 once Scotland and Northern Ireland update their figures next week.
Report thegiggilo June 24, 2022 11:05 AM BST
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    Covid-19 vaccines have prevented an estimated 20mn deaths globally in the first year since their initial deployment, according to a new peer-reviewed study.

Researchers at Imperial College London found the vaccines reduced the potential global death toll from Covid-19 by more than half in the same period, they said on Thursday, announcing the results of the study published in The Lancet medical journal.

The mathematical modelling study looked at deaths directly and indirectly linked to Covid-19 vaccination, using death records and total excess deaths, or estimates where no official data was available.

It found that more than three quarters of the deaths averted — 15.5mn out of 19.8mn — were because of the direct protection of vaccination, which is highly effective against severe disease. The remaining 4.3mn deaths were prevented by indirect protection from reduced viral transmission in the population and a reduced burden on health systems.


The authors said their study had a number of limitations, the broadest one being uncertainty in calculating the true death toll of the coronavirus pandemic because numbers are reported differently in each country.

Despite the limitations, Oliver Watson, lead author of the study, said the findings showed “millions of lives have likely been saved by making vaccines available to people everywhere, regardless of their wealth”.

Richer nations accounted for the greatest number of prevented deaths, they said. An extra 599,300 deaths could have been prevented if every country had met the target set by the World Health Organization of vaccinating 40 per cent of people in every nation by the end of 2021.

The WHO said in May that 14.9mn may have died as a result of the pandemic by the end of last year — nearly three times higher than previously thought.


“More could have been done. If the targets . . . had been achieved, we estimate that roughly one in five of the estimated lives lost due to Covid-19 in low-income countries could have been prevented,” said Watson.

The WHO last year called for a global moratorium on boosters to enable poorer countries to vaccinate more people because vaccine supply was not able to satisfy demand.

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Covid-19 vaccine tracker: the global race to vaccinate

Vaccination rates in poorer nations have increased since then and supply now exceeds demand. The main hurdle preventing the rollout of jabs in those countries is now poor distribution, rather than manufacturing, according to health experts.

“Ensuring fair access to vaccines is crucial, but requires more than just donating vaccines,” said Azra Ghani, the chair of infectious disease epidemiology at Imperial College. “Improvements in vaccine distribution and infrastructure, as well as co-ordinated efforts to combat vaccine misinformation and improve vaccine demand, are needed.”

Global health authorities are now discussing what vaccines to use for booster campaigns later this year. The WHO has backed the use of an Omicron-specific vaccine to counter a virus that is likely to continue to evolve, while drugmakers have urged regulators to make a decision quickly.

Regulators could make a decision as early as the end of June.
Report frog1000 June 24, 2022 11:38 AM BST

Jun 24, 2022 -- 11:05AM, thegiggilo wrote:


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Report frog1000 June 24, 2022 11:38 AM BST
Based on official reported COVID-19 deaths, we estimated that vaccinations prevented 14·4 million (95% credible interval [Crl] 13·7–15·9) deaths from COVID-19 in 185 countries and territories between Dec 8, 2020, and Dec 8, 2021. This estimate rose to 19·8 million (95% Crl 19·1–20·4) deaths from COVID-19 averted when we used excess deaths as an estimate of the true extent of the pandemic, representing a global reduction of 63% in total deaths (19·8 million of 31·4 million) during the first year of COVID-19 vaccination. In COVAX Advance Market Commitment countries, we estimated that 41% of excess mortality (7·4 million [95% Crl 6·8–7·7] of 17·9 million deaths) was averted. In low-income countries, we estimated that an additional 45% (95% CrI 42–49) of deaths could have been averted had the 20% vaccination coverage target set by COVAX been met by each country, and that an additional 111% (105–118) of deaths could have been averted had the 40% target set by WHO been met by each country by the end of 2021.

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(22)00320-6/fulltext

A computer guestimate model based on data before Omicron arrived that evades the vaccine. This study based on Alpha and Delta is about as useful for helping in future management of Covid as a chocolate teapot.
Report frog1000 June 24, 2022 11:41 AM BST
If you want to cut Covid deaths (and deaths in general) encourage people to eat well and exercise. The reason the USA is doing so badly with Covid (even though largely vaccinated) is because so many of the people are obese.

Barely heard Whitty or Vallance advise healthy living to protect from Covid. Instead they prefered to mask kids at school.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 24, 2022 2:55 PM BST
From the latest ONS Infection Survey, the estimated number of people in each nation who currently have Covid-19 is:

England: 1 in 40
Scotland: 1 in 20
Wales: 1 in 45
Northern Ireland: 1 in 30
Report BennyBinion1 June 24, 2022 5:00 PM BST
Workers off sick this week with train strike covid.

Not to be confused with other variants like;

Easter holiday covid
Half term covid.
And, queens jubilee long weekend covid.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 24, 2022 5:07 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 103 deaths were reported today, with 35 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,831 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 94.71.


COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 68 deaths recorded today, 67 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 43.43, with deaths starting to plateau.


United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 24 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - UK admissions surpass 1,200 in a single day on June 21st, with Scotland yet to update their admission figures. England admissions remain above 1,100 for the second day in a row.
Report nineteen points June 25, 2022 10:38 AM BST
how do you tell if you have covid or just flu?
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 27, 2022 5:53 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 134 deaths were reported today, with 50 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 214,965 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 97.29.


COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 84 deaths recorded today, 78 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 51.14, with deaths starting to rise.



United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 27 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions stay above 1,000 for the sixth day in a row, with the 7-day average just under 1,100. UK admissions lag behind further whilst we await Scotland's figures.
Report thegiggilo June 27, 2022 7:14 PM BST
Middle of the summer and going back up,all so predictable it's gonna be a complete sh1tfest come the autumn..
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 27, 2022 7:20 PM BST
A new strain, of Omicron becoming dominant, seems
as if immunity from previous Omicron infections
is not giving much immunity.
Report i_agree_with_nick June 27, 2022 7:34 PM BST
Middle of the summer and going back up,all so predictable it's gonna be a complete sh1tfest come the autumn..



I think it depends on which variant is dominant at that time.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 28, 2022 3:34 PM BST
Some writing on new Omicron variant


https://erictopol.substack.com/p/the-ba5-story

..
Report Timber June 28, 2022 3:38 PM BST
OMG Donny and the rent boy STILL flogging this dead horseLaugh
Report shiny new shoes please June 28, 2022 5:12 PM BST
Milked Scared  Make influenza great again

Alice In Chains - Man in the Box
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 28, 2022 5:20 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 167 deaths were reported today, with 50 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 215,132 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 96.14.

COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 117 deaths recorded today, 114 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 53.57, with deaths starting to rise.

United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 28 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - English admissions stay above 1,000 for the seventh day in a row, with the most recent day just under 1,300, with Scotland and Northern Ireland yet to report.
Report thegiggilo June 28, 2022 7:33 PM BST
The netherlands as will be the case here,long covid sufferers unable to work lifetime on benefits,the US has currently 20 million long covid sufferers,reinfections increase in mortality,illness and hospitalisations..It's gonna get millions,hope the DWP are ready..
Report Timber June 29, 2022 6:41 AM BST

Jun 28, 2022 -- 7:33PM, thegiggilo wrote:


The netherlands as will be the case here,long covid sufferers unable to work lifetime on benefits,the US has currently 20 million long covid sufferers,reinfections increase in mortality,illness and hospitalisations..It's gonna get millions,hope the DWP are ready..


1.01 NAP, giggi has been on the sick all his life & has now found a new way to stay on

Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 29, 2022 5:55 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 28 days of a positive test - Of the 117 deaths recorded today, 109 occurred within the last 10 days. The current 7-day average is 55.57, with deaths starting to rise.


United Kingdom Extended-COVID Analysis - 29 June:   

Hospital admissions in the United Kingdom - UK admissions continue to rise to just under 1,400 on the 23rd of June, with admissions expected to rise to 1,600 on the 27th of June once all nations report.
Report ----you-have-to-laugh--- June 29, 2022 6:07 PM BST
COVID-19 deaths recorded in the United Kingdom within 60 days of a positive test - 169 deaths were reported today, with 52 deaths reported within 29-60 days.

There have been a total of 215,301 since the start of the pandemic. The current 7-day average is 99.57.
Report lapsy pa June 29, 2022 6:13 PM BST
Middle of a wave in Ireland and no reason the UK isn't the same,careful if you are vulnerable.
Report clouded leopard June 29, 2022 6:38 PM BST
or stupid
Report nineteen points June 29, 2022 6:53 PM BST
maybe if we hadnt stopped the clot shots and muzzles we would be ok
Report thegiggilo June 29, 2022 8:16 PM BST
And no warnings of what's going on pretend it's not happening again,millions are going to be in fir a huge shock if they get it a second or third time...
Report nineteen points June 29, 2022 8:18 PM BST
yes,they will have to buy a new box of paracetemal and some hankies
Report thegiggilo June 29, 2022 10:13 PM BST
Strange that i've got to have a heart monitor fitted for iregular heartbeat and i permanently have flu like symptoms 2 months after having it and my partners having physio on her shoulder,both things started straight after having 'mild covid'' for a week..

England’s COVID hospital admissions in the first week of summer (21-27 June):

2022: 8,295
2021: 1,426
2020: 1,783

This is heartbreaking for all vulnerable people hoping to slightly enjoy the summer. A living nightmare
Report shiny new shoes please June 29, 2022 10:37 PM BST
apsy pa • June 29, 2022 6:13 PM BST
Middle of a wave in Ireland
3 extra in a\e 30 total ,all over 83
600 hundred staff on the sick is the problem.. Plus the winter booster Grin has to be promoted


June 29, 2022 10:13 PM BST.. Get a resistance belt for your other half. & swim
Report shiny new shoes please June 29, 2022 11:00 PM BST
Belt for me Angry
resistance bands best ways to gently strengthen your joints, rehabilitate injuries & recover from surgery.
Stress is bad
Skillet - The Resistance
Report layingisthewayforward June 29, 2022 11:16 PM BST
Lol at thegiggilo, wtf are you talking about. Ive had this ridiculousy mild infection twice as have hundreds of friends, family, neighbours, work colleagues and i don't know a single person with long covid. You need to get off twitter, it's sending your brain to mush.
Report Timber June 30, 2022 6:18 AM BST

Jun 29, 2022 -- 11:16PM, layingisthewayforward wrote:


Lol at thegiggilo, wtf are you talking about. Ive had this ridiculousy mild infection twice as have hundreds of friends, family, neighbours, work colleagues and i don't know a single person with long covid. You need to get off twitter, it's sending your brain to mush.


He's a dole bludger, and he's now found a way to be on the rock n roll forever
£5 acca bets, watching the nags all afternoon drinking pints of 3% nobwash

Report Timber June 30, 2022 6:20 AM BST

Jun 29, 2022 -- 10:13PM, thegiggilo wrote:


Strange that i've got to have a heart monitor fitted for iregular heartbeat and i permanently have flu like symptoms 2 months after having it and my partners having physio on her shoulder,both things started straight after having 'mild covid'' for a week..England’s COVID hospital admissions in the first week of summer (21-27 June):2022: 8,2952021: 1,4262020: 1,783This is heartbreaking for all vulnerable people hoping to slightly enjoy the summer. A living nightmare


He still can't work out that it's the vax causing this Laugh

Peter McCullough, MD MPH
@P_McCulloughMD
·
14h
Immune imprinting means system fooled into recognizing an extinct version of the Spike protein so when real virus hits the body cannot mount an adequate response to the current  variant and the patient is subject to recurrent infections.  Dread for 82% of Americans who regret it.

Report thegiggilo June 30, 2022 2:25 PM BST
2,000,000 with long covid 400,000 with debilitating symptoms for over a year in the UK  alone thats 1/180 people and more to come..
Report shiny new shoes please June 30, 2022 3:27 PM BST
/\Crazy
new flu vaccines are developed each year.if you need them

the fifth human coronavirus to have reached an endemic state,
Billy we can do better @ no .6 ..send more $$$$$
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